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Werewolf Winter

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Galein, the Terrible Man, fearing the darkness he sees in his own soul, has retreated into the monastery of Sheogarath, hoping to find solace and peace. But a new evil has come to the land of Uruad, a creature of such malevolent hatred that threatens to consume the earth. It is a werewolf. Galein will have to confront more than the darkness he sees in himself, or watch the ...more
Kindle Edition, 61 pages
Published April 11th 2012 by Lazo Consumer Products, LLC.
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McKaylin Felton
As a fan of anything paranormal, I was very excited to read this wonderful work by Lazo. In the paranormal genre, the werewolf has been written about time and time again, but Lazo has managed to create a twist to the werewolf I’ve never read before. It is one of pure creative genius.

I commend Lazo for his use of description, action, and creativity. This novel will not only provide a great read, but it will leave you considering your own beliefs in terms of love, hate, despair, fear, and darknes
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